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If you want to discover the key players of the tech startup ecosystem in Spain, search no more: we have created an infographic that gathers ther top spanish startups by market, as well as the most notable investors and accelerators. You'll also find the most voted top spanish startups
This is our investment report for the fourth quarter of 2014, which closes a great year for Spanish startups and investors with notable investment deals and exits.
Spanish startups raised €104 million in the third quarter of 2014, becoming the best month for the country's entrepreneurial ecosystem since 2013. We analyze these figures and highlight the most relevant deals.
The investment landscape in Spain is improving at a healthy rate and a number of Spanish companies have already become huge successes for both its founders and investors. Which ones? Continue reading to find out.
The European Commission (EC) has recently launched various initiatives to support entrepreneurship. To find out more about them we've talked to Isidro Laso, from the EC and Startup Europe.
It's always interesting to know what the actors themselves think about the ecosystem they have helped build. To know more about this we've interviewed Iñaki Arrola, founder of coches.com and also one of the founding partners of VC firm Vitamina K.
Are you back from your holidays and looking for a change? Tired of working alone? Joining a coworking space might be a viable option for entrepreneurs and startups!
Every summer thousands of foreigners come to Spain to have fun, enjoy our food, beaches and relax. Among them there are probably a bunch of lucky startup founders, CEOs and investors that have Spain as their destination. Instead of doing what most tourists do, why don't you take the advantage to improve your startup? Here are some tips.
Looking for early stage money in Spain? These are the 14 business angels you should meet.
€104 million were raised by Spanish startups in the first half of 2014. And what's most important, the number of exits doubled compared to the same quarter a year ago. Is the Spanish ecosystem improving?